1) History, Politics, Physics
2) HSPS. A much better course than the History and Politics I originally applied to, not to mention a greater emphasis on the Political Sciences and theory which I am so much more interested in.
3) Six 9s, three 8s and one 7.
4) I love the heterogeneous architecture of Cambridge, especially considering it has different stones. That's all. Although I am still considering whether to apply to Oxford for it's PPE course.
5) As far as I know, there are no admissions tests for HSPS.
6) Read many books, subscribed to both reactionary and progressive blogs, started my own Medium for essay writing, talked at a school politics podcast, established Law & Politics Society when I was in school, competed with my team at an Oxford Schools Debating Finals, attended countless Model UN Politics debates, shadowed my local MP, and went to a heritage site work experience to explore social anthropology and social history.
7) Honestly want to go full in with academic research and write books on political theory and contemporary interpretations of past books.
8) Possibly St Johns or Girton. Hit or miss realistically, but since I'm on a gap year I should have the chance to visit Cambridge outside of the open days.